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bevc posted a topic in PHP for the Web: Visual QuickStart Guide (4th Edition)I apologise in advance if I'm committing a faux pas posting here, I couldn't see any forum rules! I read Mr Ullman's PHP for the web book, and it was the best I've read, really clear and easy to follow, it helped me from start to finish on what was (for me) a very big project, but this topic doesn't relate to it. I have what I thought would be small problem, but is causing me endless headaches. The users on my project have requested that the final report (that is created using php and mysql) be downloadable as pdf. The best I have managed is a fuzzy blurry pdf that's hugely bloated and illegible and the colours don't render properly! All the tutorials and code I've seen online seem to deal with creating either a 'new' pdf (eg an invoice) or they just render static html, rather than reproducing exactly what's in the browser from php. Safari's 'Export as pdf' command does basically exactly what I want, but I can't ask users to make sure they use Safari! if anybody could help me or point me in the right direction I'd be extremely grateful, it's driving me a little bit doolally. Thank you very much.
Hi Larry, Your book is incredibly useful. I created a website for my staff to access pdfs of the different forms we use for an animal hospital. Occasionally, we change the forms content and will need to re-upload the pdf of it. I didn't see a way in your book to delete the pdf if it has already been uploaded. Any recommendations? Thanks, Sam
When i clicked the refresh button on the add pdf page it uploads the the pdf file again. How would i prevent this?